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Plugged in: Remote Australian Indigenous Youth and Digital Culture
For most Indigenous people in central and northern Australia the encounter with the western world has been relatively recent. Yet even in the most remote Indigenous communities, global influencesExpand
Talk, Text and Technology: Literacy and Social Practice in a Remote Indigenous Community
Introduction PART I LIVING IN THE NOw Chapter 1 From forgetting to remembering Chapter 2 Transmitting orality and literacy as cultural practicePART II NEW FIGURED WORLDs Chapter 3 Mission time:Expand
Learning spaces: youth, literacy and new media in remote Indigenous Australia
This book showcases a range of ‘out-of-school’ youth learning contexts in remote Australia, to analyse the factors that enable positive learning and to provide some working principles forExpand
Youth media as cultural practice: remote Indigenous youth speaking out loud
The rapid development of new information and communications technologies, an increase in affordable, small mobile technologies and the penetration of the internet and mobile telephony over the pastExpand
Generational Change, Learning and Remote Australian Indigenous Youth
In remote Indigenous Australia the typical mainstream youth transition from school to employment does not match the reality of community life, where traditional cultural schemas underpin the practiceExpand
Shifting perceptions, shifting identities: Communication technologies and the altered social, cultural and linguistic ecology in a remote indigenous context
While a digital divide remains evident in many remote Indigenous Australian communities, individual and collective information and communication technologies practices have developed in accordanceExpand
What Is All That Learning for? Indigenous Adult English Literacy Practices, Training, Community Capacity and Health.
 2004 Commonwealth of Australia Funded under the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) Adult Literacy National Project by the Commonwealth through the Department of Education, Science andExpand
Writing words-right way! : literacy and social practice in the Ngaanyatjarra world
This thesis is an ethnography of literacy. It is also a study of the social process of learning. It focuses on a remote Aboriginal group in the Western Desert of Australia. Although the last out ofExpand
Getting in Touch: Language and Digital Inclusion in Australian Indigenous Communities
Indigenous people in remote Australia face many dilemmas in relation to the status and vitality of their languages and communication ecologies. Cultural leaders want to maintain endangered heritageExpand
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